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VHF Dinner at the Dayton Hamvention:

Anthony L. Emanuele (WA8RJF) on April 30, 2012
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The 2012 VHF Weak Signal Group Banquet at the Dayton Hamvention

I would like to invite all Weak Signal VHF, UHF and Microwave enthusiasts to the 17th VHF Weak Signal Group banquet to be held on Friday evening May 18th, 2012 at the Dayton Grand Hotel (Formerly the Doubletree Dayton Downtown Hotel) at 11 South Ludlow Street, Dayton, OH 45402.

The cash bar opens at 6:15 PM with plenty of room to mix and mingle with VHFers from all over the country and around the world. The two entrée sit-down dinner will be served starting at approximately 7:15 PM. Followed by Dick Hanson, K5AND, presentation The 2011 PJ6D 50 MHz Dxpedition to Saba Island with the prizes drawing starting at approximately 9 PM.

Reservations are required. Cost per person is $35.00 and includes dinner and prize ticket. Seating is limited to 125 and spouses are welcome to join us and are eligible for the prize drawing. For tickets please send $35.00 per person and an SASE to: Tony Emanuele WA8RJF, 7156 Kory Court, Concord Township, Ohio 44077-2221. Please include the names and calls of all attendees as well as an email address.

Indoor Valet Parking is included in the price. There is limited parking on the street for those vehicles too large for the garage.

For more information contact me at: WA8RJF@ARRL.net

73,

Tony WA8RJF

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